Boston sports radio host Fred "Toucher" Toettcher of 98.5 The Sports Hub's Toucher and Rich show got himself into some trouble on Friday after making an off-color joke about how Tim Tebow's draft night celebration looked like a Nazi rally. On Monday, he apologized for the remark on air, according to the Boston Herald.
"I truly, truly can tell you that was not my intention," Toettcher said at the close of the four-hour show. "I apologize to you that were offended. I just apologize, and I regret what I said."
Toettcher apologized for saying Tebow's party "looked like some kind of Nazi rally. … So lily-white is what I'm trying to say. Yeah, Stepford Wives."
Cha-Chi Loprete, a spokesman for WBZ-FM, a CBS-owned radio station, did not comment on the matter besides confirming that the host apologized for his distasteful remark.